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Oil's rally could slipBY BENJAMIN ONG | MONDAY, 17 OCT 2016 11:06AM
Some may already be wringing their hands as they look back at crude oil's chart following the 2008 production cut when prices went from around US$35 a barrel to more than US$82/barrel a year later before reaching US$100-plus in 2011.
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